Kevlin Henney writes shorts and flashes and drabbles of fiction and books and articles on software development. His fiction has appeared online and on tree (Litro, New Scientist, Physics World, LabLit, The Pygmy Giant, Flight Journal and many more) and has been included in a number of anthologies (The Dark Half of the Year, North by Southwest, We Can Improve You, Haunted, Salt Anthology of New Writing, Sleep Is a Beautiful Colour and many more).
As well as having his work rejected and make no impression whatsoever on writing competitions, Kevlin’s stories have been longlisted, shortlisted and placed, and he won the CrimeFest 2014 Flashbang contest. He reads at spoken word events, winning the National Flash-Fiction Day Oxford flash slam in 2012, and has performed his work on local radio (BBC Radio Bristol and Ujima). Kevlin has been involved in the organisation of the Bristol Festival of Literature and events for National Flash-Fiction Day.
He lives in Bristol and online. He can be read on his blogs at asemantic.net or as @kevlinhenney on Medium and stalked on Twitter as @KevlinHenney.